The geographic position of Nosy be is 13°21′S, 40°21′E, and the Tsaratanana Massif protect the island from the very strong north-east winds that mostly blow in August or during the tropical depression period, and make it a tropical island that benefits from an exceptional climate, flora and fauna. The warm waters of the Mozambique Canal and the microclimate that determine seasons make Nosy Be a tourist tropical paradise. There are eleven volcanic crater lakes on the island. They constitute an enormous water reserve that may be used for human needs or cultivations. The banks and the waters of those lakes are covered with lush vegetation. In the daytime, many crocodiles hide under the vegetation. At night, they get out and go hunting.
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